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The Aussiepoo is an interesting, yet misunderstood little dog.
In this guide to the Australian Shepherd Poodle mix we will look at some of the confusing questions and factors that buyers face with Aussiepoo information. Not only are there good and bad breeders to contend with, they are not always breeding the same types of dogs.
This means we need to look at the difference between the Aussie Poo and the Miniature Aussiepoo. With this confusion sorted out, we can then look at the trait of this hybrid, such as the physical features, temperament, health care and more.
With all of this in mind, prospective owners can make a more informed choice about this dog.
The most common place for any new owner to find their new Aussiepoo puppies is with a respectable breeder that specializes in this Poodle Australian shepherd mix.
Respectable means one that understands the needs and linage of these dogs and provides the animal advertised in a safe, healthy manner. The welfare of the dog has to come first, but you don’t want to be ripped off either.
Visit the pups and parents and be aware of the Aussiepoo cost, especially if the price is too low or too high. It is important to know the linage, because of the potential for variations. Don’t get short changed with the wrong dog!
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Moving on to the Aussie doodle, there are many misconceptions here that will lead to a clear need for some concrete Aussiedoodle facts here.
There are some that will assume that this is a different dog with different traits. If an Aussiepoo is an Aussie Shepherd crossed with a Poodle, logic states that the Aussiedoodle is an Aussie Shepherd and a Labradoodle or Goldendoodle. This isn’t the case at all, unless there are some Aussiedoodle breeders that aren’t following the rules.
This only becomes more complicated when we throw the miniature versions into the mix. Then we get Miniature Aussiepoo, Mini Aussiedoodle, Toy Aussie Poo, Toy Aussiedoodle and more.
We can’t look at the breeding and breeders of these pups without looking into the potential for a mini Aussiepoo.
With these two different types of Aussiepoo dogs in consideration, we therefore need to look at the different likelihoods in Aussiepoo size and Aussiedoodle weight. How big is a standard Aussiedoodle full grown compared to the smaller cousin?
This is quite a difference and buyers need to consider this when choosing a dog for their home, especially apartment dwellers.
The first thing to consider here is the Aussiedoodle looks and physical differences between this and the mini Aussiepoo.
There are some subtle clues in online Aussiedoodle pictures, with the cute face that varies in the length of muzzle, the down-turned ears and stocky little body.
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The health of these dogs is essential and there are some health issues to look for, but not many. They are generally healthy dogs, but there are some minor risks of cataracts and hip dysplasia to watch out for.
They are also a pretty active dogs, so regular exercise is a must. Make sure to keep their bodies and their brains active with plenty of fun and games. This is a dog for the attentive, loving owner. With that in mind, they don’t do all that well if left alone for too long in an apartment. They can get bored and destructive.
As they are a Poodle mix, there is the expectation of a hypoallergenic dog.
Well, all dogs shed but there is a minimal amount here and no allergy risk.
This is one of the main reasons why the poodle is bred with so many popular breeds, like the Australian Shepherd. We get the hardworking, good natured shepherd with the coat of the poodle, so many dog lovers can own him. This also means that there are few issues when it comes to grooming and maintenance of the coat.
The Australian Shepherd Poodle mix temperament is generally pretty good. They are an affectionate dog with a loving, loyal nature and a social side that makes them pretty playful.
Still, there are some negative elements of the Aussiedoodle personality to watch out for.
One thing that many new owners are sure to expect here is a smart dog because of the intelligence of both the shepherd and the poodle.
This means a dog that is quick, keen and pretty easy to train. It shouldn’t be too difficult with a firm hand and positive reinforcement. Still, those that struggle can turn to Doggy Dan the online dog trainer for guidance. This online training provide guidance on a range of topics that are universal and applicable to all breeds, even hybrids like this one. The step-by-step approach is easy to follow in your own time, so you don’t have to force a bored dog to play along and keep up with the lessons.
Aussiepoo adoption is more likely than you may think for this cross breed. These dogs may have accidentally bred to produce unwanted offspring. Some owners may have bought a cute “designer” pup without understanding the care needs and personality.
Either way, this is a great way to find some Aussiedoodle adults in need of a second chance. It is also a great way to cut the Australian shepherd poodle mix cost considerably as fees here are much lower.
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Make sure you know what you are looking for, whether adopting or searching for a Aussiepoo for sale.
There are many people that will be drawn to the idea of the Australian Shepherd Poodle cross based on promise of a hypoallergenic coat and a good intellect. While both aspects are true, there is more to this cute, fun pup than that small aspect of its reputation.
Also, there is that consideration of which poodle is in the mix. You don’t want to run the risk of a large dog if you thought it was a tiny companion. Do your research on the hybrid and the pups that are for sale near you.
Image Source – Instagram/awedoodle
The Aussiepoo is a great dog, whether you have the smaller, miniature version or the larger one. They both have great traits, both inside and out, with the Australian Shepherd Poodle mix personality, the cute looks, wonderful hypoallergenic coat and intellect. However, the effort required for training, exercise and general attention means that they won’t suit everyone.
Take the time to really consider this breed and your ability to care for it. If you think you are a good match, take your time with local breeders or, better yet, rescue one from a local shelter.
Featured Image: Instagram/aussiedoodle_sibley
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